Airbnb released a report last week on Airbnb China’s women community. According to the report, as of February 10, 2020, 53% of active Chinese landlords are female, and China is one of the top 10 countries with the largest number of female landlords on the platform.
The short-term rental has been gradually gaining popularity in China since 2010. There are 80 million short-term rental users in 2017, a high jump of 103%, which is expected to reach 147 million by the end of 2018. It is estimated to slow its pace with the growing user base. Currently, the short-term rental platforms […]
eLong, Home Inns, and Booking lead China’s mobile hotel booking apps market in March 2017. eLong and Home Inns both recorded over one million monthly active users. Airbnb also ranks the sixth with 126% growth YoY.
Accommodations accounted for about 20% of total online travel transactions in 2016 and have the potential to reach 100 billion yuan according to China Housing Sharing Development Report 2017.
Following the rising success of Airbnb, China’s short-term accommodation market is also booming during the recent years and reached 24.3 billion yuan in 2016. Players leading this market include Tujia.com, Mayi.com, Xiaozhu.com, and Airbnb.
Qunar was ranked the top generic travel booking app by coverage in September 2016 according to data from TalkingData, followed by Ctrip and LY.com apps.
Privacy exposure is the top concerns in China’s sharing economy according to a Tencent survey. And, the financial gain is the top gain to 70% owners surveyed.
Fortune magazine published 40 Under 40 list last month and Tang Yan (35 yeas old), who is founder and CEO of Momo getting listed on NASDAQ, ranking 24, is the only one from China.
I chanced upon this Airbnb banner ad in Google’s display network during my business trip in China last month. I clicked on this ad which led me to this landing page: